Together we’ll create furniture that you’ll love for a lifetime.
Let us craft you something that is as individual as you are.
Be inspired by the rich array of fabrics and textures we have in our studio. Take a seat and let us guide you to create your own personalised furniture that reflects your unique style and requirements. Experience the thrill of seeing your ideas come to life and making your house a home. You’ll sit in comfort and rise with ease. The perfect combination of form and function.
Our team are expert craftsmen. Everything we do is of the highest quality and attention to detail. It won’t leave our workshop until we’re proud to put our names on it. We can create custom lounge suites, arm chairs, ottomans, piano stools, benches, dining chairs, banquettes, cushions and throws.
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It’s that time of year when, as furniture designers and connoisseurs, we start thinking about colour trends we’re likely to see next year. Before we get to the big colour trends for 2022 though, have you ever wondered how design trends are forecast? Ever heard of a...
What’s the first thing you consider when choosing fabric for a lounge suite, sofa, or armchair? Colour? Print or pattern? Texture? Chintz or no? (The answer is ‘No!’) Aesthetics are important, of course – you’ve got to like the look and feel of the furniture in your home – but there are a few practicalities you should also give serious thought to when deciding on the type of upholstery that’s best suited your home and lifestyle.
A great-looking piece is of no use if it isn’t practical. You’re better off investing in an expensive artwork and hanging it on the wall. Once you’ve got the practical stuff sorted, then you can get into the fun stuff – colours, textures, and patterns!
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